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Cibola Archaeological Research Project (CARP)

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Summary

This NSF-funded research project was directed by Patty Jo Watson, Steven LeBlanc, and Charles Redman. In the summers of 1972 and 1973 it accomplished survey and excavation in the El Morro Valley of New Mexico.


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Cibola Archaeological Research Project (CARP). ( tDAR id: 2420) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8KD20BB


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Spatial Coverage

min long: -108.476; min lat: 35.031 ; max long: -108.236; max lat: 35.174 ;

Individual & Institutional Roles

Principal Investigator(s): Steven LeBlanc ; Patty Jo Watson ; Charles Redman

Sponsor(s): national Science Foundation

Repository(s): Arizona State University (ASU)

Prepared By(s): Washington University


Resources Inside this Project (Viewing 1-19 of 19)

Documents

  1. CARP Fauna Coding Key (2007)
  2. A Temporal Perspective on Late Prehistoric Societies in the Western Cibola Area: Factor Analytic Approches to Short-term Chronological Investigation (1974)

Datasets

  1. CARP Ceramic Database (2016)
  2. CARP Fauna Database (2007)

Coding Sheets

  1. CARP Fauna Bone Artifacts (2010)
  2. CARP Fauna Burning
  3. CARP Fauna Butchering (2009)
  4. CARP Fauna Completeness (Condition) (2009)
  5. CARP Fauna Dorsal-Ventral (2009)
  6. CARP Fauna Element (2012)
  7. CARP Fauna Fusion (2009)
  8. CARP Fauna Gnawing (2009)
  9. CARP Fauna Natural Modification (2012)
  10. CARP Fauna Origin of Fragmentation
  11. CARP Fauna Proximal-Distal (2009)
  12. CARP Fauna Side or Symmetry
  13. CARP Fauna Species Scientifc (Common) (2009)
  14. CARP Time Period (2014)
  15. Kintigh Projects: Context Identity Coding Sheet (2014)
Arizona State University The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation National Science Foundation National Endowment for the Humanities Society for American Archaeology Archaeological Institute of America